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John Paul II discusses dialogue within the Church itself in Reconciliatio et paenitentia (1984).
Pope John Paul II, in his apostolic exhortation Reconciliatio et Paenitentia, describes this confusion in the language of "social sin" and "personal sin," and takes care to clarify the matter.
105) Ateek, "Suicide" 140: de Gruchy, Reconciliatio 190-96.
39) See John Paul II, Reconciliatio et paenitentia (December 2, 1984) no.
This appropriately leads to a last paragraph on ecclesial conversion, echoing Evangelii nuntiandi and Reconciliatio et penitentia.
However, Fuchs once again argues that the authors of Vatican documents (Persona humana, Reconciliatio et paenitentia, Veritatis splendor) are not familiar with the thought-world of Rahner and therefore misrepresent the notion, especially by conceiving it as an act like any other choice.
The new escalation of violence at the beginning of the Holy Month of Ramadan is detrimental to overcoming the political differences and preparing the ground for a sustainable political reform process and meaningful national reconciliatio.
Concerning the increase of the states in Darfur in the light of the current austerity measures , the President explained that the priority will be given to the political and security issues to realize the political reconciliatio .
John Paul II's development of the category from his introduction of a deprivatized notion of sin in Reconciliatio et paenitentia (1984) through later social encyclicals departs from the individualistic conception(s) of sin pervasive in the neo-Scholastic moral theology manuals.
A fair reading of Misericordia Dei requires attention to the earlier Reconciliatio et Paenitentia (On Reconciliation and Penance), where John Paul II (1984) articulated a more nuanced approach to the sacrament of reconciliation and a rich appreciation of the subtle complexity of the sinful in human experience.
In 1984 Pope John Paul II reaffirmed the position of Vatican II in his post-synodical exhortation Reconciliatio et paenitentia, in which he acknowledged the social nature of sin--"a communion of sin, whereby a soul that lowers itself through sin drags down with itself the church.
The precise dynamics of this complex question are dealt with, with far-greater precision, in John Paul II's 1985 apostolic exhortation Reconciliatio et Paenitentia, its key point being that while structures of sin influence people, sin is in the end something chosen by individuals who are always capable of not doing evil precisely because of man's unique gift of free will.